It's almost over, but not quite.
NBA free agency is winding down. Most of the big names are off the market, teams have their rookies in place, and we've already seen a number of trades that will help shift the balance of power in the coming season.
Still, the offseason isn't over.
What's left of the free-agent crop won't spur many headlines or provoke extravagant conjecture, but that's what trades are for.
If James Harden's sudden trade from the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Houston Rockets taught us anything, it's that groundbreaking makeovers take place even in the 11th hour.
In one swift agreement, the complexion of an entire roster can change (see the Boston Celtics). Sometimes these moves come without warning and other times they're as sure as tomorrow's sunrise.
With plenty of teams still looking to improve the state of their roster before the regular season tips off, there remains the distinct possibility that there's much more activity to look forward to.